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Reader’s Report: Wholesale Flowers (Suppliers)

A hand holding a bouquet of wholesale flowers.

A Guest Post by Carmella | Botanical Brouhaha Teen Apprentice

Recently we asked our Botanical Brouhaha community to share their favorite suppliers of wholesale flowers with us, and as usual y’all came through. You’ll notice that the majority of suppliers on the list are in the US (where Botanical Brouhaha is based), but because our readership is wide spread we also heard from designers worldwide. That means you’ll also find recommendations for a few suppliers outside the US.

Note: Locations listed reflect where the wholesaler is located. Check the links to see if their flowers are available in your area.

  1. Alaska Peony Cooperative (Alaska) 
  2. Alexandria Farms (Columbia)
  3. Agrogana (Ecuador)
  4. Baisch & Skinner Wholesale (Texas) 
  5. Ballard Canyon Farms (California)
  6. Bearcreek Farms OK (Oklahoma)
  7. Bill Doran (Multi Location)
  8. Bisselingskaat (Netherlands)
  9. Bo’s Wholesale Florist (North Carolina)
  10. Cali Wholesale Flowers (California) 
  11. Canmex Wholesale Flowers (Canada)
  12. Crimson Sky Ranch (California)
  13. Direct Flowers (Massachusetts)
  14. East Texas Smilax (Texas)
  15. Fairview Farm and Flowers (New Jersey)
  16. Florabundance (California)
  17. Florist Supply (Canada)
  18. Flower Marketplace (Florida)
  19. Flowers from the Farm (UK)
  20. Garden State Flower Cooperative (New Jersey)
  21. Golden Flowers (Colombia, Ecuador, US)
  22. Grace Rose Farm (California)
  23. Grounded Flower Farm(Massachusetts)
  24. Hoek Flowers (Netherlands)
  25. Hofland (Canada)
  26. Hollybrook Flower Farm (Derbyshire,England)
  27. Idlewild Flower Farm (Colorado)
  28. Kelley Wholesale Florist (Massachusetts)
  29. Mayesh (multi-location USA)
  30. Monocacy Valley Flower Co-Op (Maryland)
  31. Mountain Flower Farm (Vermont)
  32. OC Wholesale Flowers (California)
  33. Philadelphia Floral Guild (Pennsylvania)
  34. Pikes Peak Wholesale (Texas/Louisiana)
  35. Ramirez Wholesale Flowers (California)
  36. Rowes at Priory Gardens (UK)
  37. Seattle Wholesale Growers Market (Washington) 
  38. San Francisco Flower Market (California)
  39. The Floral Reserve (Rhode Island)
  40. The Floral Source (Maryland)
  41. Torchio Nursery (California)
  42. Twin Cities Flower Exchange (Minnesota) 
  43. Valley Floral Co. (Oklahoma/Kansas)
  44. Whipstone Farm (Arizona) 

I enjoyed working on this list for you, I hope you found this information useful! If you’d like to hear our conversation with some of the suppliers who made the list, I’ve gathered those links for you below.



  1. Bindu says:

    Nice post, you can avail beautiful flower bouquets or bunch of flowers at FlowerAura.


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